Interview with Tim Dick about the upcoming "Pupus & Pitches" event organized by the Entrepeneurs Foundation of Hawaii, from Bytemarks Cafe on Hawaii Public Radio, March 18, 2015. Topics: radio, publicradio, hawaii, honolulu
An interview with Nader Haghighipour of the University of Hawaii at Manoa Institute for Astronomy about the Extreme Solar Systems III conference. Haghighipour is one of the conference organizers, and one of the leads on the paper a few years ago announcing the first circumbinary (Tatooine-like) planet. He also previews a "Frontiers of Astronomy" panel on Exoplanets taking place on Dec. 2 at the UHM Art Auditorium. Topics: publicradio, radio, astronomy, exoplanets, space
A Hawaii Public Radio news report on the Nov. 15, 2004 panel on digital journalism hosted by the Honolulu Community Media Council. Topics: hpr, hawaiipublicradio, publicradio, radio, digitaljournalism, media
Benjamin Trevino of Interisland Terminal previews a special presentation featuring Tahir Hemphill at Kakaako Agora. From Bytemarks Cafe on Hawaii Public Radio on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015. Topics: radio, publicradio, hawaiipublicradio, rap, rapmusic, data, datavisualization
Discussing the 2014 Honolulu Mini Maker Faire with Alan Solidum and Ross Mukai on Bytemarks Cafe on Hawaii Public Radio, March 26, 2014. Topics: honolulu, hawaii, publicradio, radio, makers, makerfaire
Eric Pape of Civil Beat talks about the August luncheon for the Hawaii Society of Business Professionals, featuring a panel discussion on the topic of "The Future of News." Interviewed on Hawaii Public Radio's "Bytemarks Cafe" on Aug. 12, 2015. Topics: publicradio, hawaii, honolulu, media, news, journalism
An interview with Poni and Brandon Askew of Street Grindz, founders of Eat the Street and now Makers and Tasters, a permanent food truck park in Kakaako. Recorded Wednesday, Aug. 26 on Hawaii Public Radio's "Bytemarks Cafe." Topics: hawaii, honolulu, kakaako, radio, publicradio, foodtrucks
Recording of the December 7th, 2010 broadcast of "In Other Words," a show on Montana Public Radio. Host Beth Judy interviews Audra Loyal, owner of The Vespiary Book Restoration & Bindery, a bookbinding and book conservation workshop located in Missoula, MT. Topics: bookbinding, conservation, missoula, montana, publicradio, KUFM, audraloyal, radio, vespiary
Sandy Park from the High Tech Development Corporation talks about the annual Holiday Tech Fair on Bytemarks Cafe on Hawaii Public Radio on Dec. 17, 2014. Topics: hawaii, honolulu, htdc, technology, tech, techindustry, event, publicradio, radio, hawaiipublicradio
Interview with Mark Watkins, founder of The Hawaii Project, a book news and recommendation service launching a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. This is an interview on Bytemarks Cafe on Hawaii Public Radio on Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Topics: radio, publicradio, hawaii, hpr, boston, startups, discovery, reading, books
An interview with Arthur Garbiso, HICTA President, about the upcoming HICTA ICT 2015 Conference. Bytemarks Cafe on Hawaii Public Radio, Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015. Topics: technology, conference, communications, it, hawaii, honolulu, publicradio, hawaiipublicradio, hpr,...
Excerpt from the Sept. 28, 2011 episode of "Bytemarks Cafe" on Hawaii Public Radio featuring Univ. of Hawaii researchers Dr. Scott Robertson, Misa Maruyama and Sara Douglass discussing some interesting work being done to see how social media impacts our political decisions and understanding of the issues. Topics: hawaii, hawaiipublicradio, publicradio, hpr, radio, bytemarks, bytemarkscafe, socialmedia, media,...
"Unfinished Dream" @ 10pm every Wednesday night on KISU-FM 91.1 and live streaming @ KISU.org click on "Listen Live" -Hosted by Michael C. Callender Pocatello, Idaho KISU-FM 91.1 KISU.org broadcasting live from Idaho State University. Welcome to "Unfinished Dream" Hosted by Michael Callender where you can listen to Jazz, R&B, and Soul along with a number of other talented musicians and artist from around the world every Wednesday night at 10pm on 91.1 KISU-FM... Topic: unfinisheddream kisu kisufm idahostateuniversity michaelcallender mc sdotmic radio 91point1...
Prop. 27 - Sacramento County has already begun releasing prisoners under Prop. 47, which California voters approved last Tuesday. Prop. 47 reduces the classification of many non-serious and nonviolent property and drug crimes from a felony to a misdemeanor. We'll talk with retiring District Attorney Jan Scully and her successor Anne Marie Schubert about how the county is dealing with Prop. 47 and what it means for the future. Science Cafe: Sea Otters - Sea otters may seem like cute and fluffy... Topics: Insight, KXJZ, Capital PublicRadio, Sacramento public radio, CSU Sacramento, Prop. 27, Sacramento...